A Telegram channel about Linux kernel security. Me and Alexander Popov regularly post links to materials about exploits, fuzzers, migitations, and other security-related things there.
An entry about my contributions to syzkaller — a coverage-guided production-grade kernel fuzzer. This includes external network and USB fuzzing extensions and lots of syzlang descriptions and features.
A set of Linux kernel proof-of-concept exploits I wrote over the years.
A huge collection of links related to Linux kernel security.
A collection of links related to VMware escape exploits. I started putting it together after I had failed to write a VMWare exploit during the Real World CTF Finals in 2018.
Raw Gadget is a low-level interface for the Linux USB Gadget subsystem. This reposity contains examples and a test suite for Raw Gadget.
A set of proof-of-concept exploits to disable Linux kernel lockdown on Ubuntu without physical access.
A set of beginner-level binary exploitation tasks covering a variety of different architectures. Includes exercises for x86, ARM, MIPS, PowerPC; both 32 and 64-bit.
An introductory course on CTF I tought at MIPT.